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Crassula rupestris – Rosary Vine (2″ Pot)

$4.99

Crassula rupestris, or Rosary vine, is a petite crassula with bright foliage, making it a great focal piece or colorful accent in your home. Features small, plump, triangular succulent leaves growing along narrow stems which bend with height. Leaves are pale yellow to lime green with red edges that may appear during intense sunlight. Large, rounded clusters of pale pink flowers appear in fall. Crassula are low maintenance, and require little water once established in a well-drained soil. Ideal in warm climate landscapes and container gardens, but is especially happy sitting on your windowsill as a houseplant. Protect your PRINCE OF PARADISE™ plant from frost!

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Crassula rupestris, or Rosary vine, is a petite crassula with bright foliage, making it a great focal piece or colorful accent in your home. Features small, plump, triangular succulent leaves growing along narrow stems which bend with height. Leaves are pale yellow to lime green with red edges that may appear during intense sunlight. Large, rounded clusters of pale pink flowers appear in fall. Crassula are low maintenance, and require little water once established in a well-drained soil. Ideal in warm climate landscapes and container gardens, but is especially happy sitting on your windowsill as a houseplant. Protect your PRINCE OF PARADISE™ plant from frost!

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